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2x times 2x is 4x2 . In an expression such as 2x, 2 is called the coefficient and x is the variable.
In words, we have that when we raise a product to a power, it is equal to the product of each factor raised to that power. We can use this rule to evaluate 2x squared, or (2x)2, because we are raising the product 2x to the power of 2. We see that (2x)2 is equal to 4x2.
0:12 1:54 Factor 2x^2-13x+20 - YouTube YouTube Start of suggested clip End of suggested clip Well a little interesting here we have 2x squared. So we know when it's factored. Those are a valuesMoreWell a little interesting here we have 2x squared. So we know when it's factored. Those are a values to right there that 20 sunflower of 2x. And then X like this.
Answer and Explanation: 2x squared, denoted (2x)2, is equal to 4x2.
i.e., x squared equals x multiplied by itself....What is x squared? PhraseExpressionx squared minus xx2\u2212xx squared divided by xx2÷x=x1=xx squared times x squaredx2×x2=x4x squared plus x squaredx2+x2=2x24 more rows
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0:00 0:40 Factor 2x^2 + 5x + 3 - YouTube YouTube Start of suggested clip End of suggested clip 2 2 X plus 3 X plus 3 so I get 2x squared plus 5x plus 3 so yep the checks. There we go.More2 2 X plus 3 X plus 3 so I get 2x squared plus 5x plus 3 so yep the checks. There we go.
No matter what number you use in place of the variable x, in this problem you are adding two of that variable together. Adding a number to itself is the same as multiplying the number by 2. So, x plus x is equal to 2x.
0:16 1:34 Simplify (2x^2)^2 - YouTube YouTube Start of suggested clip End of suggested clip Now we can simplify this 2 squared right as a 4.MoreNow we can simplify this 2 squared right as a 4.
The answer is 2x2. To solve this, separate the coefficient and the variables. Note: x has a coefficient of 1.
0:05 2:25 Factor 2x^2 + 5x + 2 - YouTube YouTube Start of suggested clip End of suggested clip Step one when factoring an equation of this form is to multiply the a value by the c. Value. Here weMoreStep one when factoring an equation of this form is to multiply the a value by the c. Value. Here we can see that our a value is the coefficient on the x squared term. And our c value is the constant.

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